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Tony Bennett Looks to Raise Money in Coaches’ Charity Challenge

For the next 10 weeks, Virginia men’s basketball beloved coach Tony Bennett will be competing not in basketball – but for a good cause....

Justice Scalia’s Death Raises Stakes of 2016 Presidential Election

U.S. Supreme Court Justice and former UVa Law Professor Antonin Scalia died at age 79 on February 13. Reports say that he died from...
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Students React to the Second Presidential Debate

https://vimeo.com/186302583/35310160a0 Reporters Alex Andrews and Pete DeLuca cover two student watch parties for the second presidential debate. See how students reacted here.

Perpetrator in Old Dorms Leads to Enforcement of Safety Policy

On October 18, students received an email from UVa. Chief of Police Michael Gibson stating that “an unidentified male was seen watching and potentially...

Ex-UVa Football Player Sues University, Coaches Over Alleged Hazing

On October 14th, former University of Virginia football player Aidan Howard sued the UVa administration and select members of the football team, alleging that...

Charlottesville Police Stop-and-Frisks Disproportionately Target African Americans

The Charlottesville Police Department recently released data relating to the number of investigative detentions (otherwise known as stop-and-frisks) the department has made in 2016....

One More Day until Lighting of the Lawn!

In just one day, the annual Lighting of the Lawn (LOTL) celebration will kick off. The seventeen-year-long tradition takes place right before classes come...

UVa Addresses Challenges of Free Speech on College Campuses

On Wednesday, the University of Virginia hosted a "Whose Freedom, Whose Speech?" event to address the increasingly frequent problem of free speech on college...

Car Flipped on Grady Ave., Road Closed

On Friday, a car flipped on the western-bound side of Grady Avenue next to the 14th street intersection. None of 14th street is blocked, but...

The Future of Alderman Library and its Planned Renovations

Beginning this year, students can look forward to the highly anticipated renovation of Alderman Library, the University of Virginia’s main library. The renovation, which...

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Devon Hall Drafted to NBA by Oklahoma City Thunder

Devon Hall, former guard for the Virginia men's basketball team, was drafted to the NBA by the Oklahoma City Thunder last night. Hall, 22,...

BREAKING: Northam Signs Bills in Response to Hannah Graham Murder

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sGdVsbw85qo Virginia Governor Ralph Northam traveled to Charlottesville today to sign two pieces of public safety legislation in response to the 2014 murder of University student...
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Kessler gets approval for anniversary “Unite the Right” rally

The National Park Service has granted Jason Kessler, co-organizer of last year's deadly "Unite the Right" rally, initial approval to host a first-anniversary event...